Google has been coming out with new options to improve Gmail, with the options like Try the new Gmail button, and the option to get back to the classic version as well. Now, Google has also introduced an option to access Gmail offline. This offline accessing option for Gmail has been now embedded into Gmail.
Gmail now comes with an inbuilt feature to let users access their mails without even the connection to internet, in the computers of users. The steps to be followed for offline accessing of mails are as follows. Navigate to settings tab and click on settings. In the tab named offline, click on the Enable offline Email option available.
After selection of this offline option, a number of menus will come, including the option to select number of mails to see offline. Users can select number of days to be synced, and whether to enable downloading of attachments. And also on whether to save the data on PC or not, following which the user is prompted to save changes. User can also make use of the Install Gmail Offline option to get the Chrome extension.
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